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City of Borrego Springs
Population : 2,670 (2007)
Median Income: $ 49,606 (2008)
Elevation : 590 feet
City's Area: 42.5 Square Miles
Highest: 91-75 *F
Lowest: 55-42 *F
John Wayne Airport: 135 Mi.
LAX Airport : 158 Mi.
Ontario Airport : 117 Mi.
Borrego Springs is an unincorporated community in San Diego County, California. The Borrego Springs census-designated place (CDP) had a population of 2,535 at the 2000 census. Many residents are seasonal while others remain year round. Borrego Springs holds the unique distinction of being the only California community completely surrounded by a state park (the largest desert state park in the nation).
The village of Borrego Springs has a pueblo-style Visitor's Center & Chamber of Commerce near the heart of town. There are 2 shopping malls, several restaurants, accommodations of every kind and unique shops. There are no stop lights in Borrego Springs and night time lighting is kept to a minimum to protect the extraordinary magnificence of the starlit sky. A slow pace is encouraged. Many describe Borrego Springs as a Palm Springs that existed 50 years ago.
A local landmark is the traffic roundabout between the airport and downtown, known as Christmas Circle. Every year in October, the community celebrates with the Borrego Days Desert Festival at Christmas Circle. The town includes a branch of the San Diego County Library.
Tourism is a major industry in Borrego Springs. There are 4 public golf courses, Tennis Center, horsback riding and much more. The village is a popular destination for "Snow Birds" that migrate annually from the colder climates in winter to enjoy the sunshine of this desert community. There are RV Parks to accommodate every kind of motor home.
Largest Desert Park in the Nation
The Anza-Borrego Desert State Park visitor's center is located west of town, with the park surrounding the town. This park encompasses more than 600,000 acres (2,400 km2).
Geography and ecology
According to the United States Geological Survey Borrego Springs is located at 33°15′24″N 116°22′30″W / 33.25667°N 116.375°W / 33.25667; -116.375 (33.2558717, -116.375012). This points at "Christmas Circle Drive", at the intersection of Palm Canyon Drive and Borrego Springs Road, which is where most maps place the community. According to the United States Census Bureau Borrego Springs is located at 33°14′50″N 116°22′19″W / 33.24722°N 116.37194°W / 33.24722; -116.37194 (33.247113, -116.371969). Located between "Frying Pan Road" and "Double O Road", this is 3,530 feet (1,080 m) south-southeast of the USGS location. According to the United States Census Bureau, the Borrego Springs census-designated place (CDP) has a total area of 110.1 km² (42.5 mi²), all land.
The village is located on the floor of the Borrego Valley, which is widely acknowledged as the westernmost extent of the great southwestern geographical region known as the Sonoran Desert. Borrego Springs is situated on the valley floor within a diverse variety of desert flora and fauna. One of the iconic species found within the Borrego Springs area is the California Fan Palm, Washingtonia filifera, which is a lower risk/near-threatened species and the only palm native
to the western United States.
Average January temperatures are a maximum of 69.2 °F (20.7 °C) and a minimum of 44.0 °F (6.7 °C). Average July temperatures are a maximum of 107.3 °F (41.8 °C) and a minimum of 75.7 °F (24.3 °C). There are an average of 172.6 days with highs of 90 °F (32 °C) or higher and an average of only 2.6 days with lows of 32 °F (0 °C) or lower. The record high temperature was 122 °F (50 °C) on June 25, 1990. The record low temperature was 20 °F (−7 °C) on January 5, 1971. Average annual precipitation is 5.81 inches (148 mm) and there are an average of 24 days with measurable precipitation. The wettest year was 1983 with 18.73 inches (476 mm) and the dryest year was 1953 with 1.35-inch (34 mm). The most rainfall in one month was 8.78 inches (223 mm) in January 1993. The most rainfall in 24 hours was 2.46 inches (62 mm) on March 2, 1983. Although snow rarely falls in the lowlands, 6.5 inches fell in December 1967.
Despite its location not far from the light sources of the highly-developed coast, Borrego Springs was designated as California's first International Dark-Sky Community by the International Dark-Sky Association. It is a center for public astronomy activities throughout the year.
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